Data from: Alteration of plant-species assemblages can decrease the transmission potential of malaria mosquitoes

Ebrahimi B, Jackson BT, Guseman JL, Przybylowicz CM, Stone CM, Foster WA

Date Published: August 25, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.s066f

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Title Alteration of plant-species assemblages can decrease the transmission potential of malaria mosquitoes
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Description Survival of male and female Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes in sugar-rich and sugar-poor mesocosms without access to blood (4 replicates of each), and one replicate without access to blood (bloodless) time to death and censor data (e.g., accidental deaths) are included. Daily biting rates, insemination proportions, and fecundity per female were also calculated for the 4 replicates.
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Ebrahimi B, Jackson BT, Guseman JL, Przybylowicz CM, Stone CM, Foster WA (2017) Alteration of plant species assemblages can decrease the transmission potential of malaria mosquitoes. Journal of Applied Ecology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13001

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Ebrahimi B, Jackson BT, Guseman JL, Przybylowicz CM, Stone CM, Foster WA (2017) Data from: Alteration of plant-species assemblages can decrease the transmission potential of malaria mosquitoes. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.s066f
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